Sports & Personal Services

Sports & Personal Services

Sports programs will allow you to understand and learn about the various facets of sport on the field as well as off the field. These programs give you the chance to learn from key players and industry experts. There are two main categories of Sports study, they are: Sports Management and Sports Sciences. Sports studies can lead to building and enhancing a set of functional, psychological, financial and organizational skills. You will learn a little bit of everything, particularly useful stuff such as: how the human body works, how motivation works, how to manage a team, how to work with children, tips and tricks for health and fitness, how to run a sports team as a company and others. A personal-service activity is any business enterprise, possibly a startup, with the primary purpose of providing a personal service. Personal-service activities encompass a wide range of professions, including law, medicine, engineering, design, finance, accounting, and even performing arts. Personal service workers require a friendly attitude and strong communication skills. They must also be good listeners and tend to each client's individual needs. The Sports and Personal Service sector is a fast-growing area of the economy, and offers a wide range of career opportunities to graduates with a degree in sports and personal service. Some job options include: event manager, fitness center manager, outdoor activities/education manager, personal trainer, secondary school teacher, sports administrator, sports coach, sports development officer, childcare worker, gaming service workers, recreation workers and many more.

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Sports Management

Sports management focuses on planning, organizing, budgeting, and evaluating aspects related to different types of professional sports. You can learn a wide range of skills, but critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, and attention to detail are some of the most relevant. Sports Management classes will help you learn how to overview the business side of a sports organization with the use of the latest trends and technologies. Whether you are negotiating a local event sponsorship contract or a multimillion-dollar deal with a player or team you represent, the skills you learn throughout a degree in Sports Management are crucial and will come in handy. Graduates in Sports management can work as: event coordinator, athletics administrator, sport marketer, financial and contract analyst and many more.
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Beauty Therapy

Beauty therapy course will further advance your beauty skills and prepare you for management positions in salons and spas. You will be ready to work in-house or as an independent freelance professional. It ensures you know the theory and science behind treatments and equip you with knowledge of the most up-to-date beauty techniques. The course includes a practical placement in a salon of your choice where you can gain confidence and face-to-face experience. This course provides training in basic and advanced beauty therapy techniques and services including: facial treatments, lash and brow treatments, manicures and pedicures, make-up, body massage and treatments, electrolysis treatments, advice on and selling of retail skin care and cosmetic products and many more. Graduates in Beauty therapy can work as: salon beauty therapist, pharmacy cosmetic consultant, spa therapist, beauty consultant for international cosmetic companies, beauty educator and more.
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Exercise Sciences

Exercise Science explains the body's study of exercise stress, including acute and chronic adaptations, such as the impact on overall parameters of health, pathologies, and their ability to mitigate or reverse the progression of disease. It ensures the safety and health of patients and clients at all ages. You can expect a strong educational emphasis in the areas of anatomy, physiology, chemistry, biology, and oftentimes, physics along with subjects like: Kinesiology, Fitness & Health, Exercise Physiology, Biomechanics and Exercise Nutrition. Some careers that you can get after graduating in Exercise Science degree, includes: athletic director, community program director, massage therapist, recreation and sports director, sports coach, sports facility manager, strength and conditioning coach and more.
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Sports Science

Sport sciences focuses on the relationship between physical activity and health, teaching you about the human body, nutrition, and how to optimize sport performance. It combines branches of science, including physiology, psychology, biomechanics and nutrition, with business and management skills to produce graduates who are capable of careers in a range of industries. Sports science has increasingly become a very common degree course in recent years, and new research into the reaction of the human body to exercise and other urges is changing the way sportsmen train and condition themselves. Graduates in Sports science can work as: exercise physiologist, fitness center manager, nutritionist, personal trainer, sports development officer, sports therapist and so on.
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